Human - computer interaction for software designersMaterial type: TextPublication details: London : International Thomson Computer Press, ©1995Description: viii, 222 p. : illustrationsISBN: 1850321779 ; 9781850321774Subject(s): User interfaces (Computer systems) | Human-computer interaction | Computer software -- Development | Interfaces utilisateur (informatique)DDC classification: 005.3
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Human-computer interaction and the software designer; understanding user needs and requirements; designing the user interface; designing graphical user interfaces; designing user interfaces to CSCW system; usability; HCI standards; solutions to exercises; Useful addresses.
This text concentrates on those aspects of human-computer interaction which are of concern to the software designer. It considers how a software designer might design his or her first user interface. Specific techniques have been chosen and a guide to applying those techniques is given.